Practical Strategies for Co-Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Today's diverse classrooms challenge teachers to keep all students, including those with disabilities, engaged and learning. How can you choose the best co-teaching strategies to meet the unique needs of your inclusive classroom? Join us for a 60-minute webinar where you and your colleagues will discover:
Differentiation techniques that are effective in inclusive settings
Necessary components for developing & advancing co-teaching practices
Methods for using co-teaching to boost effectiveness & differentiation
Solutions for effectively working with a second adult in your room
Co-teaching lesson planning formats that work
Improving Inclusion Effectiveness: Co-Teaching Strategies that Work
Keys to increase academic inclusion of your students
How to use co-teaching to effectively work at all grade levels
Best co-teaching models for heterogeneous classes
Ensuring legal compliance: ADA, IDEA & Race to the Top
Creating a Balanced Atmosphere: Proven Solutions for Your Classroom
How to design & follow an individualized education program (IEP)
Specific tools to defining the roles between co-teachers
Effective techniques to maximize the value of each team member
Active roles for specialists and para-educators in inclusive classrooms
Teaching and Learning: Instructional Design for Inclusion
Simple lesson planning formats for use in co-teaching settings
Strategies to improve comprehension of class content & materials
Real life inclusive classroom examples: What's working & what's not
Ways to keep outbursts & tantrums from spreading though the class
Live Q&A session - Have your specific questions answered!
About The Speaker
Dr. Douglas J. Fiore is a Consultant, Author, and Associate Provost and Professor of Education at Virginia State University.
He received his Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Supervision from Indiana State University, and he currently holds a Virginia Postgraduate Professional License in Administration and Elementary Education, as well as a Virginia Superintendent's License.
A former teacher and principal, Dr. Fiore has worked as a Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of West Georgia and at Virginia Commonwealth University. He has also served as the Director of Professional Practice with the Virginia Department of Education.
Dr. Fiore is the author of seven educational books, two of which are bestselling textbooks that are widely adopted at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. Additionally, Dr. Fiore has written over two dozen educational articles, and he has served on several editorial boards.
Dr. Fiore is a frequent presenter at national and international conferences on issues related to school-family partnerships, leadership improvement, teacher development, and communication in educational settings. He has consulted with hundreds of school districts throughout the country over the past few years
This can't-miss, 60-minute webinar will provide you with proven ways to effective co-teach in inclusive classrooms.